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Just over six weeks after President Obama signed the major disaster declaration making West Virginia residents eligible for federal assistance following the June 22-29 storms, survivors are reminded they have only two weeks left...

Josh Koepsel from Life Tile Metals is donating metal to help rebuild the Little League field in Dundon. More donations continue to come in, but are still needed as well! Trooper Eric Workman Foundation...

Registering with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is the first step in qualifying for disaster assistance. If you have homeowners’ or renters’ insurance, your next step is to contact your insurance agent to...

Commissioner of Agriculture Walt Helmick reminds growers that any produce that came in contact with flood waters earlier this summer cannot be eaten and must be destroyed. Gardens that were partially flooded may still be...

The West Virginia division of highways has released latest information providing updates on costs and damage associated with the June 2016 flooding. The West Virginia Division of Highways continues to assess damage and make...

The West Virginia Department of Revenue today released revenue numbers for the month of July, the official start of fiscal year 2017. General Revenue Fund collections of slightly more than $225 million were $32.6 million...

Following an initial review of the “Purchased Gas Adjustment” cases filed recently, the Public Service Commission of West Virginia is expecting lower gas bills for two thirds of the State’s residents for the upcoming...

The U.S. Small Business Administration is reminding eligible Private NonProfit (PNP) organizations in West Virginia of the Sept. 6 deadline to submit disaster loan applications for  physical  damages  caused  by  severe  storms, flooding,  landslides...

Clay County Floodfest will be held on Saturday, Aug. 13 at Clay County High School. This all-day event is hosted by the band 10 Feet Tall. All ages are welcome. Proceeds go to Faith, Hope...